Vacuum trucks and tankers are the workhorses of the environmental services industry. With varying load capacities, product types, vacuum power, dumping capabilities and industry-specific modifications, their use is practical and effective for a variety of industries and applications. Vac truck services vary widely and are typically in high demand. Hull’s maintains a fleet of vacuum trucks and tankers in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas and Oklahoma serving the southeast and south central United States.
We’ll Match Your Needs to the Right Industrial Vacuum Equipment
Hull’s owns and operates a fleet of 3,000, 3,300 and 5,000 gallon vacuum trucks and vacuum tankers that are designed and built to remove and transport both hazardous and non-hazardous dry solids, wet product, liquids and sludge.
A Pragmatic and Effective Approach Using Vacuum Trucks and Tankers
Vacuum trucks and tankers are extremely efficient and effective at media removal with the proper type of truck or tanker matched to the specific application. Standard, liquid ring, air-movers and stainless steel are common types used to support industrial cleaning, emergency response, waste transportation and routine facility maintenance activities. They are used to remove a wide variety of materials from tanks, vessels, water treatment ponds, basins, sewers and drains.
Underground Utility Exposure
Industrial Cleaning & Maintenance
Routine & Emergency Railroad Service
Waste Stream Consolidation
Emergency Spill Cleanup
Vacuum Excavating Contaminated Soil
Vacuum Excavation (Soft Dig) vs. Mechanical Excavation
Using a vacuum truck to safely expose subsurface utilities and other infrastructure is commonly referred to as vacuum excavation or soft dig technology. A much safer alternative to mechanical excavation using backhoes or trackhoes for instance, vacuum excavation relies on air movement (suction strength and velocity a major factor) to remove and transport dirt, rocks and other substrate. Railroads, utilities, environmental engineers and government often use vacuum excavation as a safer alternative to mechanical methods.